Fox has officially become the home for smart, funny comedies (move over, NBC). The network has ordered John Mulaney's pilot to series (which NBC initially passed on earlier this year).
Doctor Who's 50th anniversary special will be simulcast around the world on November 23rd.
Amber Tamblyn has already been promoted to series regular on Two and a Half Men.
If you're a fan of watching Halloween specials and movies this month, TV Tango has a list that you need to check out.
Check out Tig Notaro in Rookie's "Ask A Grown Woman" feature.
Jay Pharoah talked about SNL's ever-growing diversity problem.
Here's an excellent list of the best and worst series finales.
Speaking of the best finales, Vince Gilligan talks about Breaking Bad's finale.
Damon Lindelof spoke out to all the people hating on Lost's finale (everyone calm down, that finale aired years ago).
Some of you might be excited to know that there are new Walking Dead webisodes online.
Sarah Michelle Gellar has joined twitter.
Ratings were down last night for ABC's shows, including Marvel's Agents of Shield.
Looks like Kevin James is returning to TV.
I really enjoyed this short, independent documentary that takes a look at the mystery behind shoes hanging on powerlines.
Adam Scott will stop making The Greatest Event in Television History specials after the next two.
During your lunch break you should absolutely check out an episode of IFC's new sketch show, The Birthday Boys.
David Tennant will be showing off his American accent on the U.S. adaption of Broadchurch.
For fun, watch Conan O'Brien go around the office trying to find non-essential Conan employees:
Now you have enough pop culture news to talk about on that awkward first date later.